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review Õ Above the Wind and Fire Ï [Reading] ➿ Above the Wind and Fire By Donna Comeaux Zide – Citybells.co.uk SHE OWNED NOTHING BUT HER BEAUTYAND HER HONOREscaping the conuering Normans when they confiscated her father's estate and imprisoned him Aylsaun fled through the barren English countryside with only a SHE OWNED NOTHING BUT HEN Only to Brand de Reynard the russet haired troubadour whose stolen rabbit she had eaten who uick wittedly had saved her from her attackers by claiming she was his wife Above the PDF/EPUB or He called her a thief; she knew him a liar yet fate made them traveling companions and she would journey with him to the ends of the earth..

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Above the Wind and Fire[Reading] Above the Wind and Fire By Donna Comeaux Zide Citybells.co.uk SHE OWNED NOTHING BUT HER BEAUTYAND HER HONOREscaping the conuering Normans when they confiscated her father's estate and imprisoned him Aylsaun fled through the barren English countryside with only a SHE OWNED NOTHING BUT HER BEAUTYAND HER Wind and PDF.

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  • Karla

    review Õ Above the Wind and Fire Above the Wind and FireThis book really had me hooked for the first 23rds we're talking 5 star material and then the author messed it upIt's 1069 and Lady Alysaun Meau is about to be bartered off to nice and dull Kyrre Magnusson This future is wiped off the map when the Normans swoop down and seize her father's manor imprisoning him Alysaun doesn't stick around fleeing with a family retainer and living a precarious hand to mouth life on the road A chance encounter with a traveling troubadour Brand de Raynaud puts her on a safer of sorts path though William the Bastard's England is a far cry from a safe haven if you're Saxon Alysaun has to deal with rampaging Normans again and her love for Brand keeps her spine stiff and her pride unflagging Brand meanwhile finds himself becoming uite taken with the feisty Saxon maid and has no end of his


  • Morena

    review Õ Above the Wind and Fire Above the Wind and FireI considered creating a new shelf especially for this book written by the stupid But in all fairness I have skimmed through piles of books with contrived plots and puppet characters in my hopeless search to find something fun to read set in medieval era In the end it's the fault of the publishers for printing such nonsensical garbage view spoilerthe heroine becomes tolerable once she is married to Brand or whatever his name I liked that Brand wasn't as obsessed with her as the rest of the men in the story I al


  • Aditya /

    review Õ Above the Wind and Fire Above the Wind and FireThe author has some exuisite vocabulary at times and paints a very high level of realism into her work At times I fell in love with the characters and some parts of the story However large portions of the story especially the last 13 are repugnant and this book is filled with huge amounts unrealistically negative portrayals of men as a gender If it were not for the loathsome last 13 of the book I might have been able to recommend it Unfortunately the author's talent was wasted with what I viewed as running out of steam for writing a good story and perhaps I only guess reflecting some negative real life experiences with men This book is really an epic love story in the literal sense of the word epic I loved the sweeping storyline and the intricacy with whic